Yoo Ji-Tae Case Study

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"Yoo Ji-tae is a South Korean actor and director. After working as a model for a short time taking advantage of his tall figure, he made his acting career in 1998. He is a one of those actor who didn't take long to rise to a stardom. He appeared in a series of hit films and was widely seen on TV programs. He was more constantly in a spotlight than any other actors. His first chance to became famous came through the film Attack the Gas Station in 1999. It's not only acting he is enthusiastic about, he also does film studies and production as well. He started directing short films in 2003, which were well received in the film festival circuit. His feature directorial debut Mai Ratima was released in 2013. " "Yoo Ji-tae was born on 13th…show more content…
"He is married to an actress Kim Hyo-jin who was also a model. He first met her in 2003 when they were doing modeling work for a clothing brand and they became friends after meeting number of times in photo shoots. They started dating in 2006 and they were rare Korean star couple who were open about their relationship. They mariied on 2nd of December in 2011 which marked their fifth anniversary together and Yoo himself booked the date a year in advance despite the day being on Friday. It is unusual day to have a wedding. The couple being quite active in charitable work, they had the president of World Vision Korea to officiate their cremony and generously they donated a portion of their monetary wedding gifts to World Vision to help build a primary and middle school in Myanmar. " "Food: Salad Sashimi" "1. He was a choreographer with promising future which he has to give up because of an injury. 2.In the early part of his career, he was known particularly for the wild hair colors that he would dye for his roles. 3.He has got exemption military service. 4.He established a theater to put on one play a year. 5.His voice appeared as narrator in the track ""I’m Sorry"" by K-pop singer Jinju which was recorded for the album Pearlfect in

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